Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania


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Reply Christine Johns
3:55 PM on May 8, 2017 
Thank you. Great documentation of old Shultz Cemetery. My husband and I have been there but it was so over run with poison ivy that we did not actually go into it. Just took pictures from a distance. Shultz is in my ancestry through Mary Shultz, d/o Henry. She married David Hoover, s/o Christian. All from Huntingdon Co, PA. David and Mary moved on to Indiana.
Reply Ben
10:36 PM on January 18, 2017 
Hi my name is Ben Johnson. I'm interested in Woodcock Valley because I recently learned that my mom's side of the family ,surname Lang, was from McConnelstown. Patrick and Washington Lang are the oldest of the relatives but I don't have anyone else before Patrick and would love to learn more about the Lang's of this area.
Reply John Lundberg
5:28 PM on December 8, 2016 
Reaching out to any with information related to C.C.C. Co. 5705-Camp Bungalo, F-193-Pierce, ID abt 1938...Specifically US Forestry Personnel? My Grandfather, Chester R Lundberg, was a member of that Froestry Crew . I have an ABUNDANCE of photos and papers I am still wading through any exchange of onfo would be greatly appreciated...Thanks for your attention. My email is Thank you...J
Reply Darlene Pickett
8:12 PM on March 16, 2016 
I have been able to find information about 3 legs of my family... Stapleton, Johnson and Hetrick.

I have a box of photos from the Charles Ulyses Johnson that I was not able to trace to any of my family, my father and grandmother were unable to help. I am curious if there was a forum for me to scan and post to help other area family discover more about their families, in case they are in here. There may be some "White" family photos in there.
8:57 AM on January 16, 2015 
My father was in the 308th in TODD PA
Reply Lois Martin Allison
11:06 AM on March 23, 2014 
My great grandparents were Samuel Hughes, born about 1822 (died 1872 in Mifflin Co., Pa.) & Mary a.Orris, born 1831. Their daughter, Henrietta had a child, James A. Martin, born 1886 in Shirleysburg, Pa. James was my grandfather. We have never been able to locate anything on his father, who was also named James A. Martin, never married to Henrietta. I would like to find more on Samuels son George W. born 1863, died after 1911 &'John A. born 1853.
Reply Robert C. Thompsno
11:30 AM on January 24, 2014 
Retired & living in Lancaster, PA. Researching a Catherine White b. abt. 1786. Daughter Eliza Ann b. 1812, m. John Thompson b. 1806,
m. 1833. This John my g-g-grandfather born in Sandy Creek twp, Mercer cnty. to John Thompson and Mary Ann Finley. Eliza brother may have been Wm. Barrick White m. Sarah Ridenour.
Thanks for all the cemetery transcription work. Let me know if I can be of help in Lancaster county. Bob
Reply Kay Woodcock
8:22 PM on August 17, 2013 
I wanted to check out the this site to see if it was related to my family
in Michigan
Reply Cecily Cone Kelly
10:29 AM on August 13, 2013 
Great site.
Reply Susan Christian
5:45 PM on April 24, 2013 
I came to visit Huntingdon County looking for Brumbaugh history. After much searching I did find some cemeteries, the best of which is of course the "valley view" cemetery on Weller Road. The Army Corps seems to be doing a good job of maintaining the cemetery. Too bad the house is in such disrepair. My great grandmother was a Brumbaugh of Darke County Ohio. I read something in the Brethren Gospel Messenger about the Brumbaughs of Woodcock Valley and thought I would check it out.